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Dangerous debris flows

A little over a month ago, heavy and sustained rainfall in Mocoa, Colombia triggered deadly landslides and debris flows, claiming more than 300 lives270 more words

Natural Hazards

A Day at Minalungao National Park

The sudden announcement of a 4-day weekend due to to ASEAN summit was such a pleasant surprise for me. I immediately thought of where I can spend it but I had limited budget at the time. 1,539 more words

Discovering Philippines

Superstitious Beliefs of an Ilocano-Tagalog Family during Holy Week

As a Nueva Ecija probie, my family prides ourselves as Ilocano-Tagalog decents. I grew up with a lot of superstitious beliefs that were reinforced to me and my millenial cousins. 370 more words

#Holyweek #CulturePh #Ilocano

Sunflower Farm: Kissed by the Sun

        The summer heat can already be felt around the country, including the university that stood high and sturdy over numerous years, Central Luzon State University (CLSU). 366 more words

Places To Wander

Rural Women and Breaking the “Invisibility Cloak” of Women Farmers in the Philippines

*This is an excerpt from PKKK’s Rural Women Status Report on CEDAW 2011.

The United Nations cited the important roles of rural women in enhancing agricultural and rural development, improving food security and reducing poverty in their communities. 1,484 more words

Rural Women Status Report On CEDAW 2011

The 7 wonder falls of Nueva Ecija

By Christian Jayson Narciso

The Philippines has many natural destinations that draw local and foreign tourists alike. Some are more famous than others, but all are equally spectacular. 1,142 more words